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A case of microcephalic imbecility, with remarks

George Edward Shuttleworth

A case of microcephalic imbecility, with remarks

by George Edward Shuttleworth

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Published by Sussex Advertiser Office in Lewes .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microcephaly -- Case studies.,
  • Brain -- Abnormalities.,
  • Mentally handicapped.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.E. Shuttleworth....
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p., [1] leaf of plates (front.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18517252M

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A case of microcephalic imbecility, with remarks by George Edward Shuttleworth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Microcephaly is a medical condition in which the brain does not develop properly, resulting in a shorter-than-normal head. Microcephaly may be present at birth or it may develop in the first few years of life. Often, people with this disorder have an intellectual disability, poor motor function, poor speech, abnormal facial features, seizures and lty: Medical genetics, Psychiatry, Neurology.

microcephalic small-headed. In humans this represents a cranial capacity of less than cm 3. Basically a moron. Urban Dictionary and our advertising partners set cookies on your computer to improve our site and the advertisements you see.

Define microcephalic. microcephalic synonyms, microcephalic pronunciation, microcephalic translation, English dictionary definition of microcephalic. microcephalies Abnormal smallness of the head. mi′crocephal′ic adj. & n. mi′croceph′alous adj. Adj. microcephalic - having an abnormally. Microcephaly is a rare nervous system disorder that causes a baby's head to be small and not fully developed.

The child's brain stops growing as it should. This can happen while the baby is still. Having an abnormally small head.A person with an abnormally small head. Microcephalic definition is - having a small head; specifically: having an abnormally small head.

But the doctor was wrong, Caceres wrote in an essay for the Brazilian journalist has lived with microcephaly, the often-devastating birth defect linked to the Zika virus, for 24 years.

Ireland classifies from a pathological point of view, and divides idiocy into ten classes, [quot] which he has generalised from individual existing idiots, who resemble one another by having the same or similar diseases, as they resemble the type of idiocy by having mental deficiency along with a corporeal disease.[quot] He divides cases into Author: Fletcher Beach.

Learn about microcephaly, a genetic abnormality that causes an abnormally small head. Microcephaly is also caused if the mother used drugs, alcohol, had an infection (Zika virus, German measles, chickenpox), was exposed to toxins, or suffered untreated PKU while she was pregnant.

Learn about life expectancy, causes, diagnosis, and symptoms. Microcephaly is a condition where a baby's head is much smaller than normal. It is most often present at birth (congenital). Most children with microcephaly also have a small brain and intellectual disability.

Some children with small heads have normal intelligence. Microcephaly may be caused by problems during a woman’s pregnancy.

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Define microcephalics. microcephalics synonyms, microcephalics pronunciation, microcephalics translation, English dictionary definition of microcephalics. microcephalic adj, n.

ˌmicroˈcephalous adj. mi•cro•ceph•a•ly (ˌmaɪ kroʊˈsɛf ə li) n. (about 1 case births).[sup][29] Considering the uniform diagnostic. MICROCEPHALIC Meaning: "small-headed, having an unusually small cranium," either as measured against a certain standard or See definitions of microcephalic. microcephaly: [ mi″kro-sef´ah-le ] small size of the head in relation to the rest of the body.

adj., adj microcephal´ic. Addlepated definition is - being mixed up: confused. How to use addlepated in a sentence. Did You Know. Mentally handicapped people do not always have mentally handicapped children.

It depends on if their handicap is able to be passed down through genes. microcephaly[‚mīkrō′sefəlē] (medicine) The condition of having an abnormally small head, with a circumference less than two standard deviations below the mean.

Microcephaly substantial reduction in skull and brain size in the presence of normal dimensions of other parts of the body. Microcephaly is accompanied by mental deficiency, from. The case reported by Petenyis of a three months' old, imbecilic, microcephalic child, that was born after roentgen therapy in the fifth and sixth months of pregnancy for carcinoma of the cervix, and the case reported in this paper, both indicate the probability of fetal damage as a result of pelvic z-ray or radium therapy when given late in Cited by: Ireland ‘On the diagnosis and prognosis of idiocy’ On the Diagnosis and Prognosis of Idiocy and Imbecility.

William W. Ireland Edinburgh Medical Journal Junepp. The object of this paper is to point out those features of idiocy and imbecility which it is most important that the physician in ordinary practice should know.

Microcephaly is a birth defect in which the baby's head is much smaller than normal. During pregnancy, the baby's head grows because the brain grows. If the baby's brain doesn't develop properly during pregnancy or stops growing after birth, microcephaly can be the result.

It can happen on its own or in combination with other major birth defects.Why do all mentally retarded children have the same Mentally handicapped 'A case of microcephalic imbecility, with remarks' -- subject(s): Microcephaly, Brain, Case studies, Mentally.Definition of microcephalic in the Dictionary.

Meaning of microcephalic. What does microcephalic mean? Proper usage and audio pronunciation of the word microcephalic. Information about microcephalic in the dictionary, synonyms and antonyms.